The tenants are logistics companies Coca-Cola HBC and Zásilkovna, who are already operating in their new hub.
A new modern logistics and storage hall next to Brno-Turany Airport was opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, by representatives from the owner of the park, Accolade, the constructors of the logistics area, Panattoni, and the two new tenants: Coca-Cola HBC and Zásilkovna. The halls cover 9,500 sq m and function primarily as distribution centres and depots.
The new hall is part of Accolade’s wider goal to build a large multimodal complex around the airport, and, according to the company, it was built with the aim of achieving the highest possible BREEAM certification for environmental sustainability, reflecting the company’s emphasis on durability, sustainability and environmentalism in their facilities. “If we want to be self-sufficient and develop sustainable business on the old continent, modern halls seem to be the right path,” said Milan Kratina,
“This year, we will probably surpass another magical milestone in our ten-year history, namely half a million shipments in a single day. That is why we have significantly strengthened our portfolio of depots; we currently have eleven in the Czech Republic, and by the end of October we will reach number fourteen. Brno is one of our key strategic locations,” explained Simona Kijonková, founder of Zásilkovna and CEO of the Packeta Group.